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Someone Willing To Share Sample Code?

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  • Phil M0VSEPhil M0VSE Member ✭✭
    edited September 2016
    James, I would love a copy of this as I am looking where to start with Flex development! If you are OK to send it to me, my address is [email protected]
    73 Phil
  • edited August 2015
    Roger, glad it worked. Thanks for sharing James
  • edited August 2015
    Hi Phil, I am out on the road right now(I drive a truck) but when I get home Friday evening, I will send you a copy of the test program. It's not up to date as far as where I am in my main app. But, it should give you some of the basics. It started with a sample posted by K1PGV , Peter, and has some things I have added. Post questions in the API Forum. (or email me if you need to) Someone will help you as you run into snags.
    James
    WD5GWY
  • Paul MastersPaul Masters Member
    edited November 2015

    Hi Roger,

    I just got my 6300 last week and have been able to get a c# example to connect to the radio. But have had no luck with a VB version. Do you have any code I could look at?

    Paul KB3ZYB

  • edited November 2015
    Do a search in the API Forum for Visual Basic. You should find a post there from another member with a link to a download for a test app similar that should help you with the syntax etc to use with VB to subscribe to events etc. Be sure to Import the latest version of the different Flexlib dll's. If you don't, your app will not see the radio on the network. I tried for a while to keep both a C# and a VB version of all my test programs for working with the Flexlib. But, I found that too cumbersome and it made relearning C# even harder. So, I abandoned that idea and have stuck with C#. I find that I really like C# the more I use it. I do plan to learn Java at some point for Android development. But, that won't happen till I have got a smooth working waterfall in my current project. James WD5GWY
  • Roger SjölinRoger Sjölin Member
    edited November 2015
    Hi Paul,
    If You email me i can send You a code example.
    [email protected]

    /Roger SA0AND
  • edited November 2015
    Roger, I forgot that you were using VB! James WD5GWY
  • Walter JonatWalter Jonat Member
    edited April 2016
    Dear James,
    it would be nice if you can send me the .zip file too.
    73, Walter (DK1ZA)

    [email protected]
  • edited April 2016
  • edited April 2016
    I forgot to mention, you will need to Un-reference all the references to the Flexlib api's because this sample uses an older version of Flexlib.api. After removing the references to the old api's just add reference to the latest version of the api. There are several examples including a video by Mark, WS7M, that explain what to do. James WD5GWY

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